coming from a broken family, I was disciplined most likely through abrupt and impulsive treatments. Perhaps because of the pressure my parents were undergoing regarding their separation during the time, they had lesser time spent talking to me or even giving me proper counsel.
Nevertheless, I could say that even though this was the case about me, the shortest spare time that either one of my parents spend with me are well appreciated, as I count them to be most important aspects of discipline that I ever received as a child.
Overall, I would say that the discipline that came from my parents was suffice enough to remind me of what kind of human being I should be which I had become at present. Regarding disciplining children and dealing with their behavior, here are some hubs I think would be helpful:
Understanding the Plight of a Stressed Child Part I:
How to not loose your temper when disciplining your child: